The newest celebrity on social media is a robot, ChatGPT, a program that attempts to respond to queries in a person-like manner.
A chatbot with artificial intelligence (AI) that can hold conversations write essays, poems, and code was unveiled last week by the artificial intelligence research facility OpenAI. Depending on which Internet you’re using to respond to it, if you use techno-Twitter, you’re probably having a blast and/or proclaiming it to be the New Testament Messiah.
The new AI tool ChatGPT has generated both excitement and concern, with its capacity to instantly respond to complex questions. People have discovered numerous ways it can simplify their lives in the days since its release, five of which stand out from the rest.
What is ChatGPT?
To generate its responses, ChatGPT uses a sizable language model that has been trained on a vast amount of online data. It comes from the same company as DALL-E, which produces an almost infinite variety of images in response to user input. It also represents the GPT-3 text-subsequent generator’s version.
After registering for ChatGPT, users can ask the AI system a variety of questions like “Who was the president of the United States in 1955?” or have it break down complex ideas into language that a second grader could understand. Even open-ended queries like “What is the meaning of life?” and “What should I wear if it’s 40 degrees outside today?” will be addressed.
Invest in a Chabot to save money
A GPT-powered bot can reduce the cost of your bills in a matter of weeks. Don’t Pay CEO Joshua Broder tweeted that the business is developing a Chrome extension based on ChatGPT’s tech foundation to bargain lower bills from ISPs, hospitals, and other service providers. Don’t Pay bills itself as the “world’s first robot lawyer” helping people fight traffic fines and other bills.
For a portion of the beta testing period, the GPT-powered extension is free. It will eventually be incorporated into DoNotPay’s current subscription service, which costs $36 every three months.
In the future, bots might handle all the tedious work of finding you better deals and lower bills, similar to how Google’s Duplex AI makes voice calls for you.
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